NewMetro Design Auto-Vacuum 10.5-Quart Dome Giveaway

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This NewMetro Design Auto-Vacuum 10.5 Quart Dome is such a handy product for the kitchen! It can keep your baked goods fresh for a longer period of time! With all the holiday baking I do, this Dome is going to be used non-stop in my kitchen! When I don’t have any fresh baked goods, I can store our cookies, bagels, bread, and rolls in it.

I used it recently for some fresh pumpkin donuts.  Donuts get eaten pretty fast in my house, but it’s nice to keep them as fresh as possible, right?

The Fresh Dome cannot reverse the deterioration process of food. It only slows it down by maintaining the foods quality for longer.

You can even use this in the refrigerator.  Wouldn’t it be great for pies?

I’m thinking that this will come in handy for those decorated desserts that you don’t want to ruin by covering them in plastic wrap.

 

The Fresh Dome is easy to use.  All you need to do is place your food onto the tray.  Cover with the dome and press the “On” button.  Press the dome for 10 seconds when pumping to ensure that the dome is sucking onto the tray.  It will vacuum out the air that is trapped inside the dome and will automatically stop.  When you want to open the dome, just pull up on the “On” button to release the vacuum.

 

This is the “On” button.  It has a built in vacuum sensor device to monitor the level of vacuum.  When the vacuum level drops, the dome will automatically begin the vacuum suction process again to restore the original vacuum levels.

 

What do I think of this product?  I’m a fan!  I think that it’s something that I will use all the time and it can even save you money by not using storage bags or plastic wrap for your baked goods.  I think it would also make a great Christmas gift!

 

NewMetroDesign.com has 3 different sizes of Vacuum Domes. Check them out!

 

You can find all three sizes at Amazon.com.

 


 

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*I received the NewMetro Design Auto-Vacuum 10.5 Quart Dome for the purpose of this review.  The comments in this post are 100% my own.



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  1. 3

    Jim Reincke says

    As strange as it may sound, I would keep my cornbread fresh with this awesome dome. I am a cornbread freakazoid! So uch so that instead of birthday cake on MY day, my bride of 17 years makes cornbread for me. BRING IT ON!

  2. 5

    Vickie says

    I would keep muffins fresh. Each weekend, I make my 3 sons healthy muffins to have as on-the-go breakfast options throughout the week. This would be GREAT!

  3. 16

    Charlotte Moore says

    WOW!!! This is great! Never heard of them. The options are unlimited as to what I could keep in there. I want one of each size. Haha!! Thanks for the chance to win one.

    The rafflecopter was not working.

  4. 23

    Sara Voges says

    This is awesome!!! I always want my baked goods out so everyone can see them but I have to keep them in Tupperware to keep them fresh! Love this!!

  5. 52

    Marie P says

    This definately would make our bread stay fresher! We live in South Texas and because of this our bread dries out so quickly making bread not last more than a day or two. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to win :)

  6. 55

    Dawn says

    This would come in very handy at my house on a daily basis for cookies, dinner rolls, muffins and so much more. Great idea. Wonderful giveaway this time of year!

  7. 56

    Leanne says

    that is awsome! never seen anything like it.. I love to bake and usually have stuff sitting out on a plate with plastic wrap on them.. they only last so long.. this would be pretty neat

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